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Anatol

or An·a·tole

[ an-uh-tohl ]

noun

  1. a male given name: from a Greek word meaning “sunrise.”


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In due course, Anatol Lieven reviewed the book in The Nation, and he called us all out as liberal hawks.

You cannot imagine, he wrote to his brother Anatol, how much I reckon upon this work.

Like Artzybashev, but with less talent, Anatol Kamensky has written little stories happily enough conceived.

Anatol, however, insists on being left alone with her at this critical moment of his fate, so Max retires into the adjoining room.

With pique mingling with his relief, Anatol rises to the occasion, professing the righteous indignation of a wounded spirit.

These were qualities that immediately won the public's favor when "Anatol" first appeared.

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